In this delivery of #Édubrèves: a webinar on co-modal education presented by the Ministry of Education, young girls awarded for their techno projects, indoor gardens and the promotion of outdoor education. There are also a few more surprises!
To demonstrate their understanding of the story of a book they have read, students were asked to reconstruct the environment of the book (which takes place in the forest) using the educational version of Minecraft.
Making science a concrete project is the challenge that a secondary school teacher has been taking up for a few weeks with her students. How? 'Or' What? By building the latest nesting boxes, equipped with cameras!
The Listen Read the World project brings together French-speaking students from all over the world around the same story so that they can discuss and share their appreciation while learning about technology. This year, more than 120 classes are already registered!
Yesterday grade 6 teacher Patrick Valois told us about his use of Edmodo and posting a student-written detective story online. Today, he describes his favorite project, a resolutely 2.0 graduating album!
Recently, we asked volunteer teachers to tell us about their ICT successes this year. Patrick Valois agreed to tell us about the project of writing a detective novel and the virtual interaction of the students via the Edmodo platform.
The pupils of Marie Champagne, in 2e secondary school at Saint-Georges high school, in Beauce, were animated this year by the fever of Twitterature. Indeed, they paired it with the discovery of the history of their city for an exciting ICT project.
Mélanie Ouellet, teacher in 1time year, juggled a long time to figure out how to operate a single tablet with a whole class. She is getting there now, even though she wants to integrate others very soon. She shares some of her great ideas with us.